How many times have you pulled into a campsite and gotten set-up before you discovered that the picnic table was not as sanitary as you would have liked? It’s unfortunate, […]
Lost Dutchman State Park in Apache Junction, Arizona offers a laid-back setting that’s relaxing any time of year. Though located less than 40 miles from Phoenix, Apache Junction is an […]
The biggest RV education and safety conference in America wants RV drivers to love the lifestyle even more with a four-day event in Elkhart, Indiana.
In our last post, we reviewed why you should become a better dry camper. In this post, we are going to look at how to become a better dry camper. […]
The idea of being a full-time RVer used to be something people dreamed about after they retired if they could save enough money and stay healthy. But they had very […]
The charming small town of Pahrump, Nevada is an hour’s drive west of Las Vegas and features an excellent RV resort and more. Wine Ridge RV Resort & Cottages offers […]
As full-time RVers for over a decade, Rene Agredano and Jim Nelson have done a lot, seen a lot, and finally have released their much-awaited book, Be More Dog: Learning […]
I recently visited a Washington State Park and was greeted with a sign in the window of the closed attendant’s booth that said: “There Are No Utility Sites Available.” Now, […]
RVing in high winds is not fun, but it’s not as bad as camping in a tornado either. Here’s what you need to know when windy days interrupt your campout.
Sponsored by Roadmaster Active Suspension More and more RVers are hooking up a camper, travel trailer, or fifth wheel to their trucks and hitting the road. Unfortunately, many of those […]
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina plays host to nearly 20 million visitors annually. On par with Las Vegas, sensory overload is a key element with many visitors to Myrtle Beach. Featuring […]